Please rethink the undemocratic procedure for renaming the citywide development master plan process and extend the voting deadline. The four tepid options offered do not reflect the unbounded creativity of the citizenry.
Meg Kribble, research librarian and outreach coordinator at Harvard Law School, will serve as an American Association of Law Libraries executive board member from July of this year to July 2019.
The School Committee met to decide which standardized test our city’s school children will take this spring: MCAS, the state test, or PARCC, a competing national exam, and I came home from the meeting feeling angry and disappointed.
The cases from Dec. 10 address adding projects at 52 Union St.; 1 Wood St.; and 69 Rindge Ave.
Almost 40 community members, staff, volunteers and friends attended the World AIDS Day commemoration event put together by the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers on Dec. 4.
There is not one private or public school, school bus stop, daycare center or religious institution in the city that is not a stone’s throw from a venue that offers addictive substances to the public. Those who continue to object to medical marijuana are on a slippery slope.
The Public Health Department is offering free flu vaccine to adults and children (age 6 months and older) by appointment only from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays and from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays.
Residents are sought to serve on the Community Advisory Board to review and recommend on the effectiveness of the City Living Wage Ordinance at creating and retaining living-wage jobs.
Resident and visitor parking permits for 2016 are available. Although current permits do not expire until Jan. 31, residents are encouraged to renew online early to avoid delays.
The police and fire departments seek donations for their annual Secret Santa for Seniors and Toys for Tots gift drives.